Delaware sports betting revenue declines again in November
Delaware’s sports betting revenue declined for the second consecutive month in November, with the state’s three licensed sportsbooks bringing in $1.4m.
This was despite a higher handle and a greater number of wagers placed than in October.
Players staked a total of $10.3m in the four-week period ending on 24 November, down 35.9% from November 2018, while the number of bets placed fell 18.8% to 285,910. Revenue also fell 66.2% year-on-year, to $1.4m.
Delaware Park continued to be the most popular spot for sports bettors, bringing in revenue of $852,909 on a handle of $6.3m. This represented a 41.2% year-on-year drop in amounts wagered, and a 42.1% decline in revenue.